RESULTS: 80% OF THE JAMESTOWN AUDIENCE VOTED “YES” TO THIS FILM BEING SEEN IN CINEMAS ACROSS THE USA!
When a young man with mental health issues becomes intimate with a suicidal flight attendant his obsessive mother enlists a dysfunctional cop to separate them. A provocative and heart-breaking love story about the right to intimacy for everyone. Patrick’s Day proves, when it comes to love we’re all a little crazy. Click here to view trailer
* Winner Director’s Guild of America 2014 Finders Series Award
* Winner Maverick Award Grand Jury Prize 2014 Woodstock Film Festival
* Winner Audience Award Best Film 26th Galway Film Fleadh
* Winner Cinema Owners Jury Prize 63rd Mannheim Film Festival
* Winner Audience Award 59th Cork Film Festival
* Winner Haskel Wexler Cinematography Award Woodstock Film Festival
* Winner James Lyons Editing Award Woodstock Film Festival
* Winner Best Actor (Moe Dunford) Hell’s Half Mile Film Festival.
* Winner Best Screenplay Hells Half Mile Film Festival
* Winner Shooting Star Award (Moe Dunford) Berlin Film Festival.
About Manhattan Feature Film Project:
Every January, a panel of programmers and owners from some of the USA’s leading independent cinemas gather at the Art House Convergence conference in Utah to review, discuss and vote on a selection of feature films entered into the Annual Feature Film Project. After reviewing the films, we vote on which one will debut in cinemas across the USA during the first weekend in March.
The Feature Film Project’s aim is to help a film move from the film festival circuit into neighborhood cinemas with a nation-wide test screening of the film. Viewing audiences are polled as to whether the film is deserving of a wider release.
You Be the Judge!
Audiences across the USA are handed a voting card upon entry and asked the question, “Should this film be seen in cinemas across the USA?” The results are posted for each cinema at TheFeatureFilmProject.com